Aunt G mentioned in my Gob Cake posting that I also had a Banana Gob Cake recipe that tasted like a Twinkie. I thought maybe some of you might like to have it posted too. Just by changing the flavor of cake and pudding mixes there are so many varieties of gob cakes you can make from this recipe. Hope you like this one too.
Beat at high speed 6 minutes. Bake on 2 jelly roll pans or cookie sheets with sides at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes. (read message below) Cool
Filling..........whip 2 egg whites until stiff Add...........1 1/2 cups sugar 3/4 cup hot canned milk Beat until dissolved Add...........3/4 cup Crisco 3/4 cup oleo 3 tsp. vanilla Beat for a long time until fluffy
Grease both pans and cover one pan with waxed paper before putting in the cake batter (leave enough wax paper on the ends for handling later). Check the cakes at 15 minutes as that's how long my oven usually takes as you don't want them to overbake as they aren't a very deep layer.
While baking cakes make your icing as it has to beat a long time to get fluffy. When both layers are cool, cover the cake layer in the pan without the waxed paper with the icing and flip the other layer over the icing.........remove the waxed paper. Cover with foil and keep refrigerated.
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